War… war never changes… but Fallout does in ways I wish it didn’t! Fallout 3 was a big step in a new direction, Fallout 4 provided some up-to-date next-gen graphics, but Fallout 76 is just rehashing everything we didn’t want to see rehashed.
Platform Used For Fallout 76 Gameplay and Review: Metabox Prime P650RP-G, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 VRAM with G-Sync, Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor (6M Cache up to 3.50 GHz), 16GB DDR4 2133MHZ (1 x 16GB)
Genre: First-person, Survival, Open World MMO
Fallout 76 Gameplay and Review on YouTube
If you were a fan of the original Fallout games, you may not have even ventured into the FPS-style Fallout 3 and 4. If you didn’t, now is NOT the time to visit Fallout 76. If you DID enjoy Fallout 3 and 3, you’re going to find Fallout 76 incredibly boring. There’s not much new here apart from the multiplayer aspect.
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Fallout 76 Score
3 stars – uninspired rehash of something we’ve played before but worse
- Gorgeous graphics without the need for mods
- Can play with your friends
- Empty world leaves much to the imagination
- Same old same old gameplay as Fallout 4 but with no story
- Bugs galore
- VATS has changed in a way that makes it feel so… so wrong